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anglet

A groove, usually containing an angle of 90°.
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Politics take front and center in this Steeplejack third installment as Anglet works to clear Josiah Willinghouse of the murder of the prime minister.
SERE acquired the grocery retail assets, in Biarritz and Anglet, in June 2016 by way of a joint venture, acquiring 70% of the investments and the vendor Mercialys, a subsidiary of Casino Group, retaining a 30% interest.
Target: 70% share in two grocery retail assets, in Biarritz and Anglet
On 5 February, the Luno, a cargo ship flying the Spanish flag, ran aground on the Basque coast in Anglet, France, as a result of engine failure.
FRANCE A helicopter lowers a rescue worker toward a Spanish cargo ship that slammed into a jetty in choppy Atlantic Ocean waters off Anglet, southwestern France, yesterday.
The Teesside pair were selected to play for Team GB in Anglet, France this week after impressing in a series of squad practice sessions since competing at the Carl Topping tournament in January.
A field that included past and present champions and skilled players in all disciplines of handball showed up at Sea Side Park to compete for cash prizes, huge cups and an all-expense trip to the 2011 pro-stop in Anglet, France.
The company headquarters of Square, now known as AVG Technologies France, is located in the town of Anglet in the south west of France.
Ten-year-old Price Induction, based at Anglet near Biarritz, hopes to certificate its DGEN 380 small turbofan for what it calls the personal light jet class of aircraft within three years.
Hours later French police capture the suspected ETA military chief in Anglet, France.
But it was all in vain as Jukerit moved into the final four with a 5-1 win over French side Anglet.